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ASA Electronics Unveils New LCD Monitor, Stereo Ideal For Buses

Posted on April 20, 2010

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The Jensen JE729BVM more closely fits the needs of the bus industry with wider viewing angles and brighter picture quality, while allowing for maximum passenger headroom. The Jensen JBR550 AM/FM/CD/PA Ready Stereo integrates both audio entertainment features and PA system compatibility.

ELKHART, Ind. - ASA Electronics recently introduced the new Jensen JE729BVM seven-inch wide screen LCD monitor to the bus industry.

The flat panel LCD display, when positioned one per every two rows, ensures all passengers a better view. The aggressive cost structure of this smaller Jensen monitor enables operators to strengthen their video presence by placing 10 to 12 monitors per coach as opposed to four 15-inch screens at roughly the same price.

The energy efficient LED backlight seven-inch LCD monitor features 12VDC power; high brightness to fend off potential washout caused by direct or indirect sunlight; a 300:1 contrast ratio providing vivid color; and strong viewing angles of 100°/120°, making every seat in the bus a great seat.

The 16:9 aspect ratio allows movies originally filmed in widescreen to be displayed more accurately. This wider image is ideal for all bus applications as it provides passengers with the opportunity to sit on either the far left or right sides of the screen and still enjoy sharp picture images and reduced glare. 

Made specifically for bus applications, the JE7 29BVM more closely fits the needs of the bus industry with wider viewing angles and brighter picture quality while allowing for maximum passenger headroom. The monitor is intentionally designed without front controls or dome lights to eliminate potential passenger interference and powers up automatically when a video source is received. It can be easily installed under luggage racks and offers the industry a sleek, low-profile design in an injection-molded, gray, low gloss ABS housing. 

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